Chris Visco, the co-founder and CEO of TerraVida Holistic Centers, which has a dispensary in Malvern, took an unorthodox route to the top of Pennsylvania’s cannabis industry, writes Sam Wood for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
“We sell between 30 and 40 pounds of marijuana flower a week,” she said. “And the business is still growing.”
Visco is also a patient. She said cannabis has helped enormously with her migraines and insomnia, allowing her to sleep between five and six hours a night instead of her usual three.
“It’s really worked for me,” she said.
She is also ready to admit that she and other participants in the medical marijuana market are not making money yet. But they are in for the long haul, and waiting for “adult recreational use to become legal.”
Read more about Chris Visco in the Philadelphia Inquirer here.